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    Swedish cheesecake is not like American cheesecake, but it's still very yummy. Serve it with a fruit compote such as apple or lingonberry strawberry conserve (see my recipe).

    Recipe #504599

    This is one of my Granny's old recipes. Sweet, rich, and yummy.

    Recipe #102221

    Just as the title says. Delicious. Fluffy. Fruity.

    Recipe #505114

    My hubby loves Ding Dongs so when I saw this recipe in a church cookbook I had to try it. He loves it and it isn't complicated to make. The filling can also be used to make Twinkies. This recipe may easily be made in round layer cakes.

    Recipe #130925

    Recipe is from the California Avocado Commission.

    Recipe #500353

    A tropical twist on the old-fashioned pineapple-upside down cake. This is always an impressive dessert...and succulent mango makes this one irresistible. The topping is a yummy combination of mango, brown sugar and butter. The cake itself is lightly spiced with ginger and vanilla. Drizzle warm mango sauce over top and enjoy every bite!! Be sure to place pan on baking sheet in case some butter or juices seep from pan -

    Recipe #387144

    I got this recipe when I bought a cool looking pan. It's meant to go in there, but would work just as well in a loaf pan. This cake is very almondy and moist!

    Recipe #345913

    A blender cake. This is an easy cake to make. Batter will be thick in blender. Like a pound cake in texture, little drier. Found this thanks to facebook friend Maria Silva.

    Recipe #498781

    from "17 and baking" - http://17andbaking.com/2010/03/19/17-and-baking-turns-one/

    Recipe #417889

    I have always wondered what they were talking about in that Christmas carol. Well here it is; a recipe for Figgy Pudding. I always pictured a traditional pudding like we know it, but the English mean something different. It's actually more bread or cake-like. The taste may be a little strange to some, but to me it smells and tastes like Christmas. The figgy pudding should always be served warm. If you can't serve it fresh out of the oven, it will taste just fine to warm it in the microwave for a few seconds.

    Recipe #337148

    Recipe #492359

    This is a cheater's short cut as it uses a cake mix. However what is special is the addition of pudding and a bunch of eggs. It is rich and tasty.

    Recipe #491952

    I've had this recipe written in my personal recipe book for so long that I can't even begin to imagine it's source...but it's GOOD. This is a dense cake, so make sure to serve it with a light, complimentary side like fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #113000

    Slightly dense, intensely almond flavored cake

    Recipe #490199

    Bananas and caramel are a combination made in heaven. This cake tastes incredible with its combination of bananas and caramel drenched cake. Further, it looks spectacular, like one of those cakes you see in a high class coffee-shop - but it's actually really easy to make. This recipe is originally from Australia's 'Delicious' magazine. Try it, you won't be disappointed.

    Recipe #160539

    6 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    This is a decadent dessert. Found it in KRAFT's "What's Cooking" magazine.

    Recipe #101950

    Mom gave me this recipe from a magazine..my husband could not tell it was a lightened recipe

    Recipe #118446

    My friend's Grandmother made this one day and my family just gobbled it up. She then went to Germany before i could get her recipe. What I found is similar, something I found on the internet. I hope that you enjoy!

    Recipe #93779

    Sweeten it. Add a drained 20oz can of crushed pineapple to the topping. Omit the lemon juice and arrange the bananas on top of the pineapple. Be fruitful. Be sure the bananas are ripe yet firm. If they're green, they'll be tasteless. If they're too ripe, they'll turn to mush. I have not tried this recipe. I'm posting this for safe keeping. I found this recipe in All You magazine. Cost per servings is .93 cents.

    Recipe #357750

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